History of international relations

Course Code: 
SPRI 101
Course Period: 
Autumn
Course Type: 
Core
P: 
3
Application: 
0
Credits: 
3
ECTS: 
5
Course Language: 
Fransızca
Course Objectives: 
This course proposes a lecture of the major historical events from Antic period to the Revolution of 1848.
Course Content: 

Holy German Empire, Protestant reformation, Westphalian treaty, Monarchy, Absolutism, Mercantilism, Continental empire, Industrial revolution, Independence of the United States, French revolution, Congress of Vienna, Revolution of 1848.

Course Methodology: 
1: Lecture, 2: Question-­‐Answer, 3: Discussion, 9: Simulation, 12: Case Study
Course Evaluation Methods: 
A: Testing, C: Homework

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Course Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes

Program learning outcomes

Teaching Methods

Assessment Methods

The student is able to understand better the  major historical events from Antic period to the nineteenth-­‐century.

 

1,15

1,2,3

A, C

The   student   acquires   the   tools   of   analysis concerning the different

aspectsofinternational relations from the Antic period  to

the nineteenth-­‐century.

1,13

1,2,3

A,C

The student enhances his knowledge about  the

most   important   treaties   between   the  great

powers in  Europe  with  respect to  the  birth of

the nation-­‐states.

 

1,14,15

1,2,3

A,C

The student improves his professional skills by learning these topics in French.

 

5

1,2,3

A,C

The student develops a better analysis  about the role of Ottoman Empire in the domain of international politics.

1,13,14,15

1,2,3

A,C

The   student   gets   a   better   idea   about  the

policies of empires in the international system.

1,15

1,2,3

A,C

The  student  is  able  to  understand  better the

economic effects on the Empire/State both in the private and public spaces.

1,13,15

1,2,3

A,C

The student is able to understand better the contemporary problems.

1,15

1,2,3

A, C

 

Course Flow

 

Week  Topics

Study Materials

 

 

1

 

 

The end of the Holy German Empire

 

NAY, Olivier, Histoire des idées politiques, Paris, Armand Colin, 2007, pp.54-55, pp.78-79, pp.89-90.

 

 

2

 

 

Protestant Reformation

TODD, Emmanuel, L’invention de l’Europe, Paris, Seuil,  1990, pp.95-144.

NAY, Olivier, Histoire des idées politiques, Paris, Armand Colin, 2007, pp.183-195.

 

 

3

 

Thirty Years War and Westphalian Treaty

 

www.larousse.fr/encycopedie/divers/Trente_Ans/147377; www.herodote.net/histoire/evenement.php?jour=16481024

 

 

 

4

 

 

Thirty Years War and Westphalian Treaty

 

AMANRICH, François, Comprendre les systèmes politiques, Lyon, Chronique Sociale, 2001, pp.19-30.

PIRENNE, Jacques, Les grands courants de l’histoire universelle, Neuchatel, Editions de la Baconnière, 1948, pp.3-261.

 

5

 

Absolutism in Europe

PIRENNE, Jacques, Les grands courants de l’histoire universelle, Neuchatel, Editions de la Baconnière, 1948, pp.25-93.

 

 

 

6

 

 

Formation of the great continental States

DOLLOT, Louis, Histoire diplomatique, Paris, PUF, 1961, pp.10-12.

PIRENNE, Jacques, Les grands courants de l’histoire universelle, Neuchatel, Editions de la Baconnière, 1948, pp.111-261.

WEIBEL, Ernest, Histoire et géopolitique des Balkans  de 1800 à nos jours, Paris, Ellipses, 2002, pp.50-52.

7

1.midterm

 

 

8

 

From the mercantilism to

PIRENNE, Jacques, Les grands courants de l’histoire universelle, Neuchatel, Editions de la Baconnière, 1948, pp.397-403.

 

9

 

Industrial revolution

TODD, Emmanuel, L’invention de l’Europe, Paris, Seuil,  1990, pp.145-154.

HOBSBAWM, E.J., L’ère des révolutions, Paris,  Fayard,  1969, pp.41-72.

 

10

 

Independence of the United States

PIRENNE, Jacques, Les grands courants de l’histoire universelle, Neuchatel, Editions de la Baconnière, 1948, pp.585-600.

 

11

 

French revolution

VOVELLE, Michel, La Révolution française, Paris, Armand Colin, 1998, pp.6-55.

 

12

 

Congress of Vienna

MOUGEL, François-Charles, PACTEAU, Séverine,  Histoire  des relations internationales, Paris, PUF, 2010, pp.5-18.

 

13

 

National struggles and the             siècle.   Des   nations   aux   nationalismes   1815-­‐1914,   Paris, Revolution of 1848

CARON Jean-Claude, VERNUS, Michel, L’Europe au XIXe siècle. Des nations aux nationalismes 1815-1914, Paris, Armand Colin, 1996, pp.39-263.

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Assessment and Conclusion

 

15

Assessment and Conclusion

 

16

2.midterm

 

Recommended Sources

               

Textbook                           MOUGEL, François-­‐Charles, PACTEAU, Séverine, Histoire des relations internationales,  Paris,  PUF, 2010.

Additional Resources

Material Sharing

Documents                                                                 The manuscript of the course

Assignments

Exams

Assessment

 

IN-­‐TERM STUDIES            

 

NUMBER

 

PERCENTAGE

Mid-­‐terms

1

100

Quizzes

0

0

Assignment

0

0

Total

 

100

CONTRIBUTION OF FINAL EXAMINATION TO OVERALL GRADE    

 

60

CONTRIBUTION OF IN-­‐TERM STUDIES TO OVERALL GRADE

 

40

Total

 

100

          COURSE CATEGORY                                                          Expertise/Field Courses

 

Course’s Contribution to Program

No

EE Program Öğrenme Çıktıları

Katkı Düzeyi

1

2

3

4

5

 

1

Students should be able to conduct independent research or undergraduate theses in their discipline by specifying information needs for investigating a  x topic-­‐of   interest,   accessing   the   appropriate   sources   of   knowledge,   and preparing a comprehensive research/project report.

      X    

2

Students  should  be  able  to  set  goals  and  objectives,  plan   strategies  and projects in their business life and working domain

           

3

Students should be able to critically evaluate the body of knowledge in theirarea,   assess   self-­‐competency,   and   direct   self-­‐learning   efforts   accordingly. Within  this  respect,   students  should  understand  the  importance  of  life-­‐long learning

           

4

Student should perform a multilevel analysis of national and global  dynamics,

and should understand the importance of flexible thinking,    adaptability, and the ability to formulate innovative solutions to pursue a successful career.

           

5

Students should be able to effectively communicate in written or oral French with people from diverse backgrounds, and should have the French proficiencyto follow and interpret the global dynamics that shape their discipline. By  improving their French proficiency, they improve their competitive power in the field they work.

    x      

6

By learning a second language, students have the opportunity to increase their work field

           

7

Students  should  understand  the  importance  of  respect  for  individual   and cultural diversity, and should be able to emphatically interact  with individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds in social and professional settings

           

8

Students should be able to use qualitative and quantitative  research methods through appropriate computer programs

   

 

     

9

Students  should  understand  standards  of  personal,  professional  and social  ethics, evaluate the ethical implications of various practices related to their discipline, and have awareness of the importance of ethical behavior in adding value to society.

   

 

     

10

Within the framework of the knowledge acquire in the field, students should understand the personal, social, and ecological dimensions of social responsibility, and have the awareness that being socially responsible is an active citizenship duty of each and every individual.

           

11

Students should know that universality of social rights and social justice are the principle components of contemporary society, and that scientific thinking 

is  an  essential  prerequisite  for  maintaining  social  advancement  and global competitiveness.

           

12

Students should understand the importance of quality, safety and health management, corporate social responsibility, personal, professional, and cross-­‐cultural  respect,  and  professional  ethics  in  maintaining  organizational sustainability in Professional life and working institutions and organizations.

   

 

     
 

13

Students should internalize the concepts and theoretical models in the social, political  and  economic  domains  through  a  multi-­‐dimensional  perspective  by implementing scientific research methods; have the capability to research, access and analyze issues in their field.

      x

 

 

     

14

By learning the Turkish political system and the functioning of domestic and international politics, the students develop their capacity to analyze

  x    

 

 

 

15

Students should have evaluate the models on the attitudes and behaviors of the states, the functioning of the international political and economic system, problems in international relations through the acquired theoretically and practically advanced knowledge; should have ability to think analytically

       

 

x

 

ECTS

 

 

Activities

Total Quantity  Duration  Workload

       

    (Hour)         (Hour)

Course Duration (Including the exam week: 16x Total course hours)

16

3

48

Hours for off-­‐the-­‐classroom study (Pre-­‐study, practice)

16

3

48

Mid-­‐terms

1

2

2

Homework

5

5

25

Final examination

1

2

2

Total Work Load

125

Total Work Load / 25 (h)

5

ECTS Credit of the Course

5